Weaving for Kids
What to introduce your kiddos to the craft of weaving? We have kid-friendly projects that are easy to DIY.
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It's summer time and if you've got small, wannabe weavers at home until School starts again, here 6 are some tips for (mostly) frustration free weaving with kids.
Have young guests staying with you for the holidays? Christina shares how a warped loom and a pile of pretty yarns is a great way to keep kiddos happy during the holidays.
Play with your food—without the mess—with these pin-loom vegetables. Each vegetable is constructed from simple squares stitched together and folded, cinched, or rolled for just the right shape. Add a little batting to give them that squish factor and you’ve got yourself a cute cornucopia of veggies perfect for a play kitchen or as a “snack” for any stuffed bunnies or rocking horses that might feel a bit peckish.
You can make a really narrow band loom with just your hands! It has warps that go up and down, and it makes a shed just like a real loom. No treadles are involved, unless you’re the clumsy type and accidentally step on your hand, which is a good reason not to try this while seated on the floor. Find other handweaving and spinning tools you have right on your body on the blog!
Free pattern! This kid-friendly weaving project is fun and easy. Give it a try today!
This kid-friendly project allows you to weave bags of any size on boxes. Detailed instructions in the free eBook!
Men can (and should!) baby wrap too! But he deserves a wrap that matches his wardrobe. Weave this handsome wrap, and share the load!
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Weave a rug using a hula hoop and some old bed sheets! A fun craft for kids.
Perfect projects to explore for your next baby shower. 5 projects to weave!
You're never too young to start weaving! This issue of Handwoven features kid-friendly weaving projects like these necklaces.